Wisconsin Automotive Museum
The museum displays the largest collection of antique cars and trucks in Wisconsin, featuring the rare KISSEL automobile built in Hartford from 1906-1931. Also featured is the Nash automobile built in Kenosha. In addition to the featured cars, the museum has 70 vehicles from Auburns to Fords. There is also a collection of industrial/farm engines and outboards.
Hours of Operation
May-Sept: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm, Sun: Noon-5pm. Oct-Apr: Closed Mon, Tues & Holidays.
- Disabled Access
State Historic Sign Site
- Wisconsin History
- Transportation Heritage
Articles: Wisconsin Automotive Museum
Transportation buffs love Wisconsin. We keep their motors running, literally and figuratively, with a brace of transportation museums that are unparalleled short of the Smithsonian. If it’s got wheels and an engine, Wisconsin’s got a museum for it. Read More